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IT as the new strategic revenue driver

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The Enterprisers Project

IT as the new strategic revenue driver

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The Enterprisers Project

Increasingly, IT leaders are being seen as revenue generators for their organizations. It’s by no means a new mandate, but it’s one that’s gaining steam as IT’s role takes on even more prominence in organizations.

Competing for IT's most elusive resource: Talent

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The Enterprisers Project

Talent shortages in IT are nothing new. In fact, CIO Magazine devoted a special issue to the topic in the early 1990s. Even with recent technology slowdowns and whole layers of the IT stack being abstracted at a dizzying pace, the unemployment rate for most IT jobs remains close to zero.

Surviving the IT talent crisis

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

Surviving the IT talent crisis

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

Surviving the IT talent crisis has become a critical component in a company's ability to compete and succeed in the digital economy.

Software: The true competitive differentiator

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The Enterprisers Project

Software: The true competitive differentiator

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The Enterprisers Project

Almost every company uses software these days, but what can we learn from companies using it to their best business advantage?

The Internet of Things: Moving from vision to execution

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The Enterprisers Project

With Internet of Things expected to be a $1.7 trillion market in 2020, an “Internet of Everything” future seems inevitable, and it's creating both exciting opportunities and unknown security risks for enterprise IT.

CIO Roundtable: Driving digital transformation

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The Enterprisers Project

A recent study from Harvard Business Review revealed that success in the digital age is linked to CIOs who bring a strategic and collaborative approach to connecting IT to the business.

Digital leadership pays off

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

Digital leadership pays off

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

In order for organizations to compete and succeed in today's digital world, leaders across the business – not just those in IT – must prioritize their understanding of technology trends.

Should CIOs make a break with the past?

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The Enterprisers Project

Should CIOs make a break with the past?

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The Enterprisers Project

A recent research report shows that many CIOs have made little progress among fellow executives in being perceived as drivers of the business, in part because their agenda is still linked to the CFO. This connection colors everything they do with a cost-cutting perception.

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Submitted By David Egts
October 29, 2020

As the remote workforce heads into the winter months, many workers may struggle to stay engaged. Consider these approaches to boost your team's motivation.

Submitted By Sharon Mandell
October 29, 2020

Consider this version of Maslow’s hierarchy of basic human needs, adapted to the CIO. IT leaders can use this framework to elevate work - even at a time of global disruption

Submitted By Jesse Nieminen
October 29, 2020

The best ideas often come from employees on the front lines. But how can you  encourage them to share? Consider these approaches to spur creative problem-solving. 

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